Workforce Timesheets

To ensure you are paid on time, your timesheet must be authorised by an approved supervisor and submitted on time.  

Please note, we have different ways of recording the hours you work depending on our client, although our workforce most commonly uses electronic or PDF timesheets. If you have any questions about timesheets, contact your supervisor or consultant. 

As situations can often change quickly in the workplace, it is important that you call us to let us know immediately if your work arrangements change. 

Please contact us if: 

  • You are available/unavailable to work on assignments 
  • You require time off during an assignment 
  • Your name, contact details or bank details change 
  • Your assignment is completed earlier than anticipated or is being extended 
  • Your duties or location change from the original assignment 
  • Our client offers you a permanent position 
  • You are injured in the workplace 

If you have any queries regarding your pay,
download our Payroll FAQs

Electronic Timesheets & Payslips

If you are registered for JobBEAT Electronic Timesheets, you may like to bookmark the relevant link for easy access. 

Your timesheet must be received by the payroll deadline and authorised and dated by an approved supervisor to ensure you are paid on time. 

You can access your payslips and see when your next payday will be through our new online portal, Datacom. Refer to the user guide below for set up instructions.

If you have questions, please contact your consultant immediately.